Sony Entertainment Hacked, 40GB of Data From Servers Leaked to the Public

Episode 1141 (07:33)

Hacker

Sony Pictures Entertainment's servers were hacked so severely that 40GB of data was released to the public. This data includes digital copies of movies, scripts for upcoming films, pilots, and even employee personal data like social security numbers, passwords, salaries, and more. This may be the worst corporate attack in history. Employees say that this has been a long time coming and comes as no surprise since Sony has traditionally had a casual attitude towards online security. Although some are saying this attack was done by North Korea in response to the upcoming movie "The Interview," no one actually knows who did this.

SONY PICTURES HACK WAS A LONG TIME COMING, SAY FORMER EMPLOYEES (Fusion)…
http://fusion.net/story/31469/sony-pictures-hack-was-a-long-time-coming-say-former-employees/